…MC Franchez set to host campaign in an event in Enugu
ENUGU— The Police Campaign Against Cultism and Other Vices, POCACOV, has engaged Enugu-based comedian and entertainer, Ozoakpata Francis, popularly known as MC Franchez in the entertainment industry, as its ambassador in the campaign to enlighten members of the public, particularly the youths on the dangers inherent in cultism and other related crimes.
In a statement on Saturday by the Enugu State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO and national coordinator of the initiative, SP Ebere Amaraizu said an event hosted by the comedian and supported by POCACOV will be used to further drive down the message of the initiative to the grassroots.
“Police Campaign Against Cultism and Other Vices (POCACOV), the initiative of the Inspector General of Police, IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu Npm, Mni with a sole aim of saving our youth from the claws of cultism and other vices through its reorientation programme and activities making our environment peaceful as well as deepening police public relations/partnership has joined its POCACOV Ambassador Ozoakpata Francis also known as MC Franchez, one of the Enugu based entertainer and comedian with a view to continually inform and educate members of the public on the dangers inherent in cultism and other vices,” the statement reads.
Amaraizu said the event tagged ‘Franchez D Funny Man’ comes up on 27th October, 2019 at the Base Landmark Event Centre at Independence Layout Enugu State will commence by 7pm and will feature actors, actresses and artistes from among Enugu and within the country.
He added: “The event is also supported by POCACOV because it is about you.
“We are supporting and partnering with our POCACOV Ambassador, MC Franchez and we are going to use the platform to let people know about dangers inherent in cultism and other vices.”